To permit user access to the network or computer authenticating with EAP-TLS, ACS must verify that the claimed identity (presented in the EAP Identity response) corresponds to the certificate that the user presents. ACS can accomplish this verification in three ways:
â¢Certificate SAN Comparison-Based on the name in the Subject Alternative Name field in the user certificate.
â¢Certificate CN Comparison-Based on the name in the Subject Common Name field in the user certificate.
â¢Certificate Binary Comparison-Based on a binary comparison between the user certificate in the user object in the LDAP server or Active Directory and the certificate that the user presents during EAP-TLS authentication. This comparison method cannot be used to authenticate users who are in an ODBC external user database (ACS for Windows only).
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